|The Beer Gardeners - 20th Anniversary Tour: "Last Night at Rosies", 08-MAR-11 - Robert Ordway|
A Squaw Valley institution at The Beer Garden in the 1990's, The Beer Gardeners are celebrating the start of the 20th year of playing for peanuts (literally). A rockin' good time is always on tap! Tuesday, March 8th at Rosie's Cafe, Tahoe City was the kick off of the 20th Anniversary Mini-Tour. Maboolie, Maboolie, Maboolie - HAH! Enjoy!
Keywords: The Beer Gardeners; Eric T. Brandt, Blake Beeman, Jerry Laurita, Michael O., Rosies Cafe; Tahoe City; Squaw Valley
|Insight: Sierra winter sports / Ian Moore|
Sierra winter sports - Weather historian Mark McLaughlin tells us how the 1960 Winter Olympics changed Squaw Valley and the business of winter sports in the Sierra. Ian Moore - Singer-guitarist Ian Moore's music is often melancholic, but it's catchy, too. He plays Sacramento this weekend. First, he stops by our studio with his guitar for music and conversation.
Keywords: Mark McLaughlin; Squaw Valley; Sierra; Winter Olympics; Ian Moore; Blue Lamp; Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio
|Off Air on Insight|
Nick Brunner gets on Capital Public Radio's Insight to talk about Wanderlust, Graham Elwood, and fantastic new music.
Keywords: Off Air; Smart Rock Radio; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Brazillian Girls; Wanderlust; Moby; Pot the Vote Tour; Doug Benson; Graham Elwood; Pretty Lights; Sacramento; Squaw Valley; Nick Brunner
|Debbie Dutton, Hot Dog, and GNAR - Ralph Backstrom|
For this Unofficial Podcast episode, I talked with Debbie Dutton about Hot Dog the Movie, her Squaw Valley background, and her involvement in Squallywood's game of GNAR. Debbie was Shannon Tweed's stunt double in Hot Dog.
Keywords: Debbie Dutton; squaw valley; hot dog the movie; lake tahoe; squallywood; unofficial podcast; unofficialsquaw.com; unofficial squaw; skiing; snowboarding; interesting podcast
|Jeff Jones and The Bank - Made In Tahoe Festival - Jeff Jones and The Bank|
Jeff Jones and the Bank - Live at Squaw Valley Made in Tahoe Festival July 5th 6pm-8pm. First annual
Keywords: squaw; tahoe; made in tahoe; jeff jones; live; festival; squaw valley; annual; jeff jones; festival; made in tahoe; tahoe; music; local
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|[Home Movie: Jung Family, 1958-1960]|
Description: The Jung Family lived in San Francisco's Russian Hill neighborhood and created home movies of family outings, picnics, and trips in and around the Bay Area from 1952-1967. Dr. Edmund Dixon Jung (1914-2006) and Dr. Haw Chan Jung (1919-2013) both grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and met attending the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF); both class of 1944. Dr. Edmund Jung was a doctor of internal medicine at the VA Medical Center in Oakland beginning in 1951, and Dr...
Keywords: San Francisco; Bay Bridge; Ferry Building; Legion of Honor; San Simeon; Yuba River; Oroville; gold panning; Squaw Valley; Point Lobos; Solvang; Carmel Valley; tennis; Santa Cruz; boardwalk; home movies; californialightandsound
|Insight: Fishing Ban / Winter Olympics 2014 / Women's Heart Health / Sound Advice - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Fishing Bans - The California Fish and Game commission approved emergency fishing closures on parts of the American, Russian and other rivers in the state due to the drought. We’ll find out more from Stafford Lehr with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and hear reaction from fishermen. Olympics 2014 - The Winter Olympics begins today in Sochi, Russia. The Tahoe area was once home to the games back in 1960 and hopes to once again bring the worldwide competition back to the region...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Fishing Bans; California Fish and Game commission, The; fishing closures; American River; Russian River; Stafford Lehr; Olympics 2014; Winter Olympics; Sochi, Russia; Tahoe Olympic Games 1960; Andy Wirth, CEO of Squaw Valley Holdings; Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows; Women's Heart Health; Amparo Villablanca, UC Davis Women's Cardiovascular Medicine Program Director; National Wear Red Day; Noise Pop 2014; Jonathan Carabba, co-founder of Submerge Magazine, a Sacramento-based arts and entertainment publication; Noise Pop 2014 in San Francisco
|Insight: 1960 Olympics / Remembering Howard Zinn / Ted Robinson|
1960 Winter Olympics - The Winter Olympics begin today in Vancouver, British Columbia. Fifty years ago, the winter games were held at Squaw Valley. Today on Insight, we'll talk with two authors about how that came to be. Remembering Howard Zinn - Two weeks ago, Professor Howard Zinn, a noted historian and social activist, passed away at age 87. During the past decade, KDVS radio host France Kassing spoke with Howard Zinn for her program "It's About You." Kassing remembers her conversations with ...
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; 1960 Winter Olympics; Squaw Valley; Vancouver; British Columbia; David Antonucci; Mark McLaughlin; Howard Zinn, Professor; KDVS; radio host; France Kassing; It's About You; program; Ted Robinson, Commander; World War II; Soloman Islands, the; Water in My Veins: The Pauper Who Helped Save a President; John F. Kennedy
|Insight: Capitol Chat / Ski Resort Consolidation / Sikkil Gurucharan / Sound Advice: Luciano Pavarotti|
Capitol Chat - A new Public Policy Institute of California poll finds that a slim majority of voters support Governor Jerry Brown's tax initiative for the November ballot. And, it looks unlikely that voters will have the option of voting on a budget spending cap. We'll discuss these topics and more in our weekly Capitol Chat with Capital Public Radio's capitol bureau chief Ben Adler. Tahoe Ski Resort Consolidation - Two out-of-state companies are slowly buying Tahoe's most well known ski resorts...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Ben Adler; Tahoe ski resort consolidation; Vail Resorts; Kirkwood ski resort purchased; Blaise Carrig, Co-president, Vail Resorts; Andy Wirth, CEO, Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows; Sikkil Gurucharan, musician; live performance; studio performance; Sound Advice: Luciano Pavarotti; Sean Bianco
|Insight: Oakley Hall / "A Patriot Act"|
Oakley Hall - The novelist, teacher and co-founder of the Squaw Valley Community of Writers is being honored in Grass Valley this weekend. You'll meet Oakly Hall and hear about his latest book. "A Patriot Act" - There's a new play running at California Stage in midtown Sacramento that presents a fictional trial of President George W. Bush and the audience gets to participate. Today on Insight, the play's creator tells you why he decided to write "A Patriot Act: The Trial of George W...
Keywords: Oakley Hall; novelist; Warlock; Love and War in California; Squaw Valley Community of Writers; A Patriot Act: The Trial of George W. Bush; fictional trial; Todd Blakesley; California Stage; Ray Tater; Jeff Hudson; KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio
|Insight: Megafishes Project / Neal Conan / Catching Dreams / Sound Advice: Off Air|
Megafishes Project - Reno scientist Zeb Hogan will be speaking today at Sierra College about his Megafish Project, the first worldwide attempt to document and protect giant freshwater fish. Today on Insight, we'll talk with him about the project and why these megafish need protecting. Neal Conan - The host of NPR's Talk of the Nation is at Three Stages in Folsom this weekend. Neal Conan talks with Jeffrey Callison about narrating the show "A Universe of Dreams," which features poetry and music w...
Keywords: Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; KXJZ; Off Air; megafish project; Zeb Hogan; Sierra College; Neal Conan; Talk of the Nation; Three Stages; A Universe of Dreams; Hubble Space Telescope; Catching Dreams; Brian Flint; Cirque de Soleil; Brian Flint; identical twin brother; Squaw Valley Institute; documentary; Nick Brunner
|NTHS Jazz Band 2009-10; Tahoe Sierra Century Ride, Village at Squaw Valley, 9.26.09 - Robert Ordway|
Directed by Dean Nordby, after an hour plus delay in getting this show started due to student involvement in athletics, the North Tahoe High School Jazz Band played six great tunes before heading to the Resort at Squaw Creek for a Rotary Auction performance. The Sierra Century Ride is the major fundraiser for both the NTHS and The North Tahoe School's music department. http://www.tahoesierracentury.com/
Keywords: Dean Nordby, North Tahoe High School Jazz Band, Squaw Valley, Tahoe Sierra Century Ride, Andrew Auerbach. Devyn Bervid; Travis Boerner; Michelle Cahill; Ryan Faye; Luke Funicella; Maiya Greenwood; Miles Heapes; Andrew Hill; Phoebe House; Griffin Lancaster; Sydney Lancaster; Jenny Larsen; Carly Leninger; Julia Levy; Madi Ordway; Sierra Postler; Kelsey Wittels
|Insight: Isleton's Marijuana Project / Medical Marijuana Testing / SacPress / 70 in 70 / Poetry Benefit|
Isleton's Marijuana Project - Controversy continues over a huge marijuana farm that had been planned for the city of Isleton. Delta Allied Growers was in the process of building a massive medical marijuana farm on the northern edge of the city to raise revenue for Isleton and create jobs. It was approved by the City Council, but the federal government has intervened and Sacramento County District Attorney Jan Scully ordered a grand jury report on the city's plan...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Isleton marijuana; Delta Allied Growers; Don Prange Sr., grand jury; medical marijuana testing; Halent Laboratories; UC Davis; Donald Land, President and Chief Scientist, Halent Laboratories; Kymron Brill Jon deCesare, Lab Manager, Halent Laboratories; SacPress; David Watts Barton, Editor-in-Chief, SacramentoPress.com; 70 in 70; David Nocetti, photographer; state park photos; poetry benefit; Squaw Valley Community of Writers' Summer Poetry Workshop; Robert Hass; Major Jackson
|Insight: News Network / Nevada's New Laws / "Underneath" / Poet Sharon Olds - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
News Network - One of the most controversial aspects of any fair or circus is the use of animals in entertainment. And the Nevada County Fair is no exception. The animal entertainment group Have Trunk Will Travel will be offering elephant rides at this year's fair in August and the Scotts Valley-based Center for Animal Protection and Education (CAPE) is spearheading a campaign to the stop the rides...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network; Nevada County Fair elephant rides; elephant rides at Nevada County Fair; Have Trunk Will Travel; Center for Animal Protection and Education (CAPE); Kim Midboe, The Union, Grass Valley/Nevada City; Jeff Hudson, reporter, Davis Enterprise; Nevada's new laws; new laws in Nevada; Sean Whaley, Capital Bureau Reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal; Underneath; Sarah Jamila Stevenson, author, Underneath; suicide tale told in young adult novel Underneath; Sharon Olds, poet, Stag's Leap; Stag's Leap; Squaw Valley Community of Writers; Crocker Art Museum; Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Sharon Olds
|Insight: Capitol Chat / Ski Season Without Snow / MLK March and Diversity Fair / John McCutcheon - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Capitol Chat - Capital Public Radio Reporter Katie Orr will talk about Gov. Jerry Brown's drought proclamation that many agencies and organizations have been waiting for. There will also be a discussion on unemployment numbers and prisons. Ski Season Without Snow - We're heading into one of the most lucrative weekends of the year for ski resorts in the Sierra Nevada. Unfortunately, it's a dry, warm year...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Katie Orr; ski season with no snow in the Sierra; Andrea Young: Senior Managing Director, Bear Valley Ski Resort; Andy Wirth: President and CEO of Squaw Valley Holdings; Lincoln Kauffman: General Manager of Donner Ski Resort; Bill Rock, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Northstar, with additional oversight of Heavenly and Kirkwood; Sierra ski resorts; Martin Luther King Jr. 33rd March for the Dream and Diversity Expo, Sacramento; John McCutcheon, folk musician; studio performance
|Insight-130716: News Network / Parasites in Cat Feces / "The Five Acts of Diego Leon" / Beer & Bacon - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
News Network - Visitors to Downtown Reno have been getting a special welcome to the Nevada city - free parking. Today on News Network, Sierra Reporter Ky Plaskon tells us about Reno's troubled transition from coin-operated parking meters to electric ones. We'll also hear the latest on the City of Stockton's current political strife. Stockton Record Columnist Michael Fitzgerald lays out three potential options for Stockton's embattled mayor...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network; Downtown Reno; free parking; transition from coin-operated parking meters to electric ones; City of Stockton's current political strife; Michael Fitzgerald, Stockton Record Columnist; Parasites in Cat Feces; Trends of Parasitology; severely harmful parasite; Toxoplasma gondii; serious birth defects; deafness and mental retardation; Patricia Conrad, professor of parasitology at UC Davis' School of Veterinary Medicine; The Five Acts of Diego Leon; Alex Espinoza, Author; Squaw Valley Community of Writers; recent novel; mystique of old Hollywood; Beer & Bacon; Farm to Fork; Mayor Kevin Johnson; January's Bacon Fest; BLT Week; Beer & Bacon Block Party this Saturday; Rob Archie, owner of Pangaea Two Brews Cafe; Kelly Hogge, chef at Magpie; Triple Crown Winner at Bacon Fest; local brewer Peter Hoey